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Years of data show that addiction should be seen as a public health issue and if we are to truly address addiction, we must also try to tackle the fundamental problems that go hand in hand with it. Equally, we must also make strides to tackle the problems that people and communities close to those affected by it face.

Outreach & Placement


Outreach & Placement

Our outreach team is dedicated to identifying and empowering individuals in the community affected by addiction or related symptoms. To achieve this, we adopt a systematic, coordinated, and comprehensive approach, with a focus on housing, individual needs, trauma, and cultural sensitivity. Our outreach policy emphasises safety and harm reduction, as outlined in our safeguarding policy.


We take an educational role, actively raising awareness of existing services and providing therapy placements within our own and other projects. We recognise that individuals in the advanced stages of addiction often face significant barriers in accessing traditional services. As a result, we strive to bridge the gap between these individuals and the vital services they require.

Guidance and Counselling


Guidance & Counselling

Our counsellors provide support for a wide range of mental health issues, including social anxiety and past trauma. Additionally, we offer guidance and counselling to family members or friends of individuals affected by addiction or related issues. We strive to provide a safe and supportive space for individuals to address their concerns and challenges, and our counsellors are trained to help individuals develop effective coping strategies and make positive changes in their lives.


Our partner counsellors and advisors offer one-on-one mentoring and counselling to individuals directly or indirectly impacted by addiction. Addiction can begin as self-medication, where individuals turn to substances to cope with stress or manage symptoms of mental health problems. This can also involve the presence of co-occurring mental health conditions, which is a critical element of addiction that we address.


Addiction & Rehab Centres


Addiction & Rehab Centres

If funding treatment is a viable option, we highly recommend considering it. Our rehab program provides instant access to highly structured and intensive treatment, with the aim of achieving complete abstinence and gradual recovery from addiction. We offer a partnership with one of our six trusted rehab centers located across the UK and remain personally involved throughout the entire process. Our goal is to ensure a successful discharge and provide aftercare support.

We also provide logistical support and assistance to family, friends, or loved ones during the treatment process. Additionally, we are planning to launch a funding program in the future, aimed at subsidising treatment at our private rehab centers. We strive to provide a supportive and caring environment for individuals and families impacted by addiction and to help them achieve long-term recovery and success.

Food Bank & Care Packages


Food Bank & Care Packages

Addiction can often impact an individual's ability to work and manage their finances, which is why we prioritize identifying and supporting clients who may require food bank vouchers. Our goal is to ensure that individuals and their families have access to fresh food, non-perishables, and essential self-care and cleaning products.

In addition to food bank vouchers, we also provide carefully constructed care packages to individuals identified through our outreach who have difficulty accessing food banks. These care packages contain essential items required for day-to-day living and self-care, ensuring that individuals have access to the resources they need to maintain their well-being.
Our focus is on providing compassionate and supportive care to those affected by addiction, and we strive to address all aspects of their well-being, including their basic needs.

Skills transfer & Employment


Workshops & Classes

Our workshops are designed to provide individuals with a wide range of learning and skills through volunteer speakers from diverse backgrounds and professions. With small to medium-sized cohorts (between 5 and 15 people), we focus on two main areas of skills transfer: employment and life skills.


Through our workshops, individuals can gain the necessary skills and knowledge to secure meaningful employment and improve other areas of their lives impacted by addiction. Our aim is to support individuals in their recovery journey by providing opportunities for personal and professional growth.


Furthermore, we offer advanced classes to provide a pathway to further education or training, helping individuals reach their full potential. We are committed to providing a supportive and nurturing environment that encourages personal and professional development, allowing individuals to rebuild their lives and create a positive future.

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